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Anubis

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Anubis is a subdomain enumeration and information gathering tool. Anubis collates data from a variety of sources, including HackerTarget, DNSDumpster, x509 certs, VirusTotal, Google, Pkey, and NetCraft. Anubis also has a sister project, AnubisDB, which serves as a centralized repository of subdomains.

Original Medium article release

Getting Started

Prerequisites

  • Nmap (if wanting to run port scans and certain certificate scans)

If you are running Linux, the following are also required:

sudo apt-get install python3-pip python-dev libssl-dev libffi-dev

Installing

Note: Python 3 is required

pip3 install anubis-netsec

Install From Source

Please note Anubis is still in beta.

git clone https://github.com/jonluca/Anubis.git
cd Anubis
pip3 install  -r requirements.txt
pip3 install .

Usage

Usage:
  anubis (-t TARGET | -f FILE) [-o FILENAME]  [-abinoprsv] [-w SCAN] [-q NUM]
  anubis -h
  anubis --version
  
Options:
  -h --help                       show this help message and exit
  -t --target                     set target (comma separated, no spaces, if multiple)
  -f --file                       set target (reads from file, one domain per line)
  -n --with-nmap                  perform an nmap service/script scan
  -o --output                     save to filename
  -i --additional-info            show additional information about the host from Shodan (requires API key)
  -p --ip                         outputs the resolved IPs for each subdomain, and a full list of unique ips
  -a --send-to-anubis-db          send results to Anubis-DB
  -r --recursive                  recursively search over all subdomains
  -s --ssl                        run an ssl scan and output cipher + chain info
  -w --overwrite-nmap-scan SCAN   overwrite default nmap scan (default -nPn -sV -sC)
  -v --verbose                    print debug info and full request output
  -q --queue-workers NUM          override number of queue workers (default: 10, max: 100)
  --version                       show version and exit

Help:
  For help using this tool, please open an issue on the Github repository:
  https://github.com/jonluca/anubis

Basic

Common Use Case

anubis -tipa domain.com -o out.txt

Set's target to domain.com, (t) outputs additional information (i) like server and ISP or server hosting provider, then attempts to resolve all URLs (p) and outputs list of unique IPs and sends to Anubis-DB (a). Finally, writes all results to out.txt (o).

Other

anubis -t reddit.com Simplest use of Anubis, just runs subdomain enumeration

Searching for subdomains for 151.101.65.140 (reddit.com)

Testing for zone transfers
Searching for Subject Alt Names
Searching HackerTarget
Searching VirusTotal
Searching Pkey.in
Searching NetCraft.com
Searching crt.sh
Searching DNSDumpster
Searching Anubis-DB
Found 193 subdomains
----------------
fj.reddit.com
se.reddit.com
gateway.reddit.com
beta.reddit.com
ww.reddit.com
... (truncated for readability)
Sending to AnubisDB
Subdomain search took 0:00:20.390

anubis -t reddit.com -ip (equivalent to anubis -t reddit.com --additional-info --ip) - resolves IPs and outputs list of uniques, and provides additional information through https://shodan.io

Searching for subdomains for 151.101.65.140
Server Location: San Francisco US - 94107
ISP: Fastly
Found 27 domains
----------------
http://www.np.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://nm.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://ww.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://dg.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://en.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://ads.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://zz.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
out.reddit.com: 107.23.11.190
origin.reddit.com: 54.172.97.226
http://blog.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
alb.reddit.com: 52.201.172.48
http://m.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://rr.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
reddit.com: 151.101.65.140
http://www.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
mx03.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://fr.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
rhs.reddit.com: 54.172.97.229
http://np.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://nj.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://re.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
http://iy.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
mx02.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
mailp236.reddit.com: 151.101.193.140
Found 6 unique IPs
52.201.172.48
151.101.193.140
107.23.11.190
151.101.65.140
54.172.97.226
54.172.97.229
Execution took 0:00:04.604

Advanced

anubis -t reddit.com --with-nmap -o temp.txt -i --overwrite-nmap-scan "-F -T5"

Searching for subdomains for 151.101.65.140 (reddit.com)

Testing for zone transfers
Searching for Subject Alt Names
Searching HackerTarget
Searching VirusTotal
Searching Pkey.in
Searching NetCraft.com
Searching crt.sh
Searching DNSDumpster
Searching Anubis-DB
Searching Shodan.io for additional information
Server Location: San Francisco, US - 94107
ISP  or Hosting Company: Fastly
To run a DNSSEC subdomain enumeration, Anubis must be run as root
Starting Nmap Scan
Host : 151.101.65.140 ()
----------
Protocol: tcp
port: 80	state: open
port: 443	state: open
Found 195 subdomains
----------------
nm.reddit.com
ne.reddit.com
sonics.reddit.com
aj.reddit.com
fo.reddit.com
f5.reddit.com
... (truncated for readability)
Sending to AnubisDB
Subdomain search took 0:00:26.579

Running the tests

Run all test with coverage

 python3 setup.py test

Run tests on their own, in native pytest environment

pytest

Built With

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Authors

  • JonLuca DeCaro - Initial work - Anubis

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Acknowledgments